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crime in oakland. police say the city is a little safer tonight after more than a dozen violent crime suspects are rounded up in a series of predawn raids. >> this gang had no regard for public safety. one of the more violent games we have seen in quite awhile. >> pam: the fbi and u=s marshals helping to serve warrants in cities around the bay area. local church leaders calling on oakland residents to help reduce violence in one of the country's most crime=ridden cities. >> every time you pick up a gun, you are choosing death >> pam: i'm pam moore. new details tonight about the massive crime sweep led by oakland police today. here is what we know. 24 high- risk search warrants. and 18 arrest warrants. were served across the bay area. the charges ranging from attempted murder -- to assaultiing a police officer. right now -- 16 people are behind bars. and police have taken numerous weapons are off the street. at least one is a stolen assault rifle. police say, the main target today ---- trying to avert a gang war between two violent groups. the so- called 'money' and 'case' gangs new to
. serious accusations that could cost two oakland city council members their jobs. both elected officials are said to have used their power to influence city business. this news comes after an oakland city auditor released a report.which details improper behavior from 2009 to 2012. the council members accused there has been charges of sexual penetration of reminder of a drug to minor. hand and for this heed in 2006 and the coached baseball teams in oakland. i spoke with those not leave the schools under scrutiny. it was an administrative thidecision and they have not received any word on problems from parents at this time. >> new tonight of wrongdoing: desley brooks and larry reid. the audit claims there were 14 instances in which councilmembers or their aids violated the city's charter. among the findings: both are accused of directing staff members to use a specific contractor for the oakland army base demolition project. that contract.worth about 2 million dollars. the audit also alleges that one of reid's aids directed parking officials to fix two of the aid's personal parking tickets
of the elevator car. with bedding. >> there is a $1,000 reward for an oakland woman. today, friends and family erica maskaleris lived and worked not far from where she disappeared in oakland. kron 4 has obtained this surveillance video. you can see this woman walking at telegraph/34th. at 8:00 a.m.. we were with the woman's families today it is not like her to not contacted them. >> we are worried because we have not seen her. the last time that anybody has talked to her was wednesday night. and the video footage from the bakery was from thursday morning. no one has seen her since. she worked and lived not far from oakland. kron 4's charles clifford shows us some of the key locations in this ongoing mystery. >> reporter: she was last seen in this section of north oakland. very close to the interstate 580 and highway 24. she was recorded by a security camera near this intersection of 34th street and telegraph ave. let me show you a closer look looking north. all along telegraph, this video was mounted on the outside of this bakery. this video camera is on the backside of the building and this i
shot and killed a woman in west oakland. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. of the shooting that happened in broad daylight. outside a family market on 12th street near peralta. police are reviewing the stores surveillance video, and say the motive of the shooting is unknown at this time. no word of the victims identity. this is oakland's 19th homicide of the year. an odd story in the east bay tonight. an 8 year old girl is recovering this evening after someone shot her sending an "arrow" through her leg. it happened as the girl was playing outside of the lawrence hall of science at u-c berkeley. kron 4's j.r. stone has the latest from oakland childrens hospital. >> reporter: this-this girl did not lose feeling in her leg after the gunshot. >> we saw that it was a regulation and.. it propelled with the narrow still stuck in her leg. >> it was probably about 20 in. and it went all the way through in and out the other. >> i hope they found who did this. >> she was pretty calm she was crying a little bit. but as she was waiting for the emergency personnel >> i
threatened other children. >> he was listed on oakland's most wanted criminal list. his name is chou van - but he's now speaking out -- claiming it's all a big mistake. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, van is fighting back - filing a lawsuit against the oakland police department. >> reporter: it was here in at the headquarters of the oakland police department where chou van turned himself in. he says he came down here to clear up his name, that he was not a criminal. but instead he says, officers slapped cuffs on him and threw him into jail. van says he spent three days here at the santa rita jail, until he was released. that was a year ago, and ever since, van says his life has been turned upside down. on tuesday at a news conference van flanked by his attorneys announced a lawsuit against the city and the police department. >> this says it changed my life. all of a sudden i was on television, the internet and a was scared and nervous for my life. that the police would come out and hunt me down. >> our interest and the totality is to try to clear >> reporter: at the time, opd said
be embedded but the main band is a bit fragmented impacting oakland, hayward and the delta. as we go for the noon time still fairly fragmented. lingering spotty showers will stay with us until wednesday. ongoing by 5:00 p.m. had and it could be decreasing by 5:00. with under one half inch expected through san francisco and the delta of the north bay will seek the most amount of rainfall with 1 in.. it will be about one half inch maybe even a bit more. temperatures will not cool down that much. the main band of rainfall is going to be pressing through wednesday morning. still some warmer air. temperatures in the 60s for the inland valleys. 60s through san francisco. and low 60s for the bayshore. as for the sierras we are largely going to be seeing rain fall. that will continue for the morning hours. and for the rest of the morning we can see just rainfall. the late evening rain and most of that precipitation will go through wednesday. we will see the same locally. and even for the weekend. temperatures will return to the 70's. lindsay lohan she agreed to spend 90 days in a drug reha
any part of that. a few months later.the victim saw goulet shopping at an oakland grocery store.and confronted him about the thefts. he says goulet told him that he was not a theif.to which the victim replied."then why were you arrested in front of my house? " goulet did not respond. when asked how he felt about his encounters with goulet in light of the murders in santa cruz.the victim said the whole thing was creepy.and terrifying.and he feels very fortunate. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> pam: coming up tonight on the kron 4 news at 8. kron 4 digs deeper in to goulet's military history. during his decade in the marines and army. goulet was accused of raping fellow officers. and other peeping tom cases. but he never served time. kron four's justine waldman has that story. tonight only >> it has been just over 48- hours since the two officers were killed and people in santa cruz are still grieving. kron 4's j.r. stone continues our coverage live in santa cruz where funeral plans were announced today. j.r.? >> reporter: pam they were?.one week from today and it is likely to be a b
pot holes like this in oakland's rockridge districtrepresent a major hazard for bicyclist like anne berge >> "i'm not biking because of the pot holes because it's too dangerous" >> reporter: she says 63rd street is one of the most dangerous when it comes to these big holes in the ground >> "everyday i come down this streetand i know where they arethere is one right there" >> reporter: it's having an impact on your life style >> "it is yeah, i am choosing not to go places because i can't see the road at night and i know the road >> reporter: i took a drive around the neighborhood and saw how some pot holes like these have been filled by oakland public works departmenttheir spokesperson told me by phone that upon being notified by residents they try to get these holes filled as soon as they canon a priority basismost dangerous being priority number one anne says she is not waiting around for that to happen she is moving back to her native land of denmark >> "we don't have pot holes there" >> reporter: in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news san francisco is in dealing with free speech issu
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certified staff positions. and 43 teacher aids. oakland unified will cut 65 administrators. and 11 non-tenured teachers. alum rock is giving out 87 notices in total. 78 of those are to teachers. antioch is cutting 13 teachers. redwood city. 8 certified positions maybe eliminated. this includes school nurses and counselors. and when i called the following districts on your screen. all them told me no pink- slips were sent out. this is for fremont, san jose unified school district, walnut creek and to palo alto unified school district. while some districts said the reason for planning to cut or not cut jobs had to do with declining or increasing enrollment. another part of this. is prop 30. it prevented a 5-billion dollar cut to schools. and provides more funding for schools during the next seven years. school district told me that has made it possible for districts to more confidently budget for next year. these staff members who got pink slips will not necessarily lose their jobs -- some of them will move into other positions in the district. when the state budget picture is clearer. >
that arrested him in the state of oakland. >> why these items were stolen but because this is still an active investigation they are being very cautious about the information the release. in oakland, kron 4. stolen yacht. the three people arrested are facing grand theft and conspiracy charges. these are names and ages of the suspects. all three are set to be arraigned later this week. three people being held tonight on one million dollars bail. investigators say they stole a yacht from sausalito -- then ran it aground at a pacifica beach. kron4's jackie sissel reports from richmond, where the boat is now -- and shows us the damage. there is damage to the propeller. you can see this is one of the crewmembers surveying the damage. and the damage that was done. this is video from yesterday. were this entire bizarre thing started. the coast guard received a call of a boulder in distress. and the seven, and at that point they sent out the coast guard. eventually they discovered that three people had stolen the boat. they were still on the boat during this entire process. he eventually they got th
♪ >> pam: the controversial consultant working with the oakland police apartment on his new role as consultant. and a public viewing for the santa cruz police officers killed in the line of duty we will take you inside and hear from the members of the community. . >> pam: now at six this is a new set of eyes looking at a very old problem. >> pam: oakland's new police advisor tells kron four how he plans to help that city combat its rise in violent crime. (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: new at six-- former los angeles police chief. now oakland's new police advisor. is speaking about violent crime in the community. kron 4's terisa estacio is live. with details on what william bratton has to say. terisa. >> reporter: he did not waste any time and went straight to the point. he spoke about the big crime problem. and his big plans to address them. he spoke about how this team will put reducing homicide as a top priority. >> i have been very impressed in these three days. to address the issues that they have been dealing with and the
is in serious but stable condition at oakland hospital. rallies in the bay area and days after the newtown >> it's not about a right to >> pam: on a national day of action on gun control. police calling for universal background checks , >> "not some people, sometimes. not some people, somewhere. every gun, everytime." >> pam: connecticut's senior senator promising to fight for. >> a ban on assault weapons and high capacity >> pam: president obama using unusually blunt language as polls show support for stricter laws dropping dramatically. catherine heenan is here with that story. >> catherine: president obama using unusually blunt language as polls show support for stricter laws dropping dramatically. president obama says time is running out. public support for tougher laws has been slipping.down 10 points since the newtown shooting. today at the white house -- he surrounded himself with the mothers of children who have been killed. he's trying to keep the gun control debate in the spotlight. demo earlier this month we've developed language to minimize gun violence and it will not infringe on re
that much but i think that we could see more fog for a san francisco, oakland richmond and the bayshore. the reason why the computer model is showing this limited fog is the wind from the north is expected to be strong. the sea breezes are strong. i think that we could see clearing by 11:00 a.m. but still some high clouds to deal with. slightly cooler conditions. temperatures in the '70s. '70s in san jose and for the inland valleys. cooler for the east bayshore. that marine influence. 60s for the coast. temperatures in the 50s. 54 degrees in daly city and a mixture of '60s and '70s for the north bay. waking up to some fog the same on a saturday. and as we go for next week we will see changes on tuesday and wednesday. there rainfall could return wednesday morning. the chance of lingering showers on thursday. another cruise vacation gone wrong. carnival is scrambling to charter flights for thousands of passengers after their ship became inoperable at a caribbean port. karin caifa reports. >> reporter: it's been just a month since a fire aboard the cruise ship "triumph" stranded passengers
. in washington, i'm tory dunnan. for kron 4 news. >> reporter: a former 49er and oakland coming out. kwame harris says he's telling the world he is gay for some peace of mind. the offensive lineman who also played at stanford is now retired, and says he worked hard to keep his personal and professional lives separate. >> i like to think that i would do it differently. in terms of where we are going but it would tend to get a lot of publicity >> this was after a current n f l player is also point to consider that he is gay. there has been no players that have announced that they are g-- gay >> catherine: president obama was in miami today. talking about american jobs that's why things got a little awkward at one point. while his audience was waiting near the huge cranes at miami's port. the wind dislodged an american flag. it turns out it had been put there to cover up a chinese logo. a logo revealing that the cranes were made in china. one of the white house handlers - wearing a suit - was sent up the crane - to try to fix the problem. organizers didn't want everyone seeing a chinese logo during
conditions. again mild. 51 degrees in san francisco. 49 degrees in oakland. it is going to be a another nice day. pack into the 60s for the bay shore. 66 in hayward. still 70's in the north bay. low 70's with a five, 10 degree cool down from what we saw today. with your extended forecast. friday, saturday sunday and a cooling trend will continue for the next several days. there are changes coming with rainfall. wednesday the chances of a late morning but it is still quite a ways off. we will keep you posted. >> catherine: golden gate bridge. this beautiful afternoon as a jacqueline mentioned. the san mateo bridge is also looking decent. stay with us. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ love your
-third of 1 in. in oakland, he worked, fremont come just a bit of totals will be added to over the evening. if s for this we will continue for tonight and tomorrow. the snowfall is above 7,000 ft.. not much of it. and still rainfall. however, by snow just above seven at the higher elevations rainfall this is not a very cold system. temperatures are staying in the 50s. above 7000 as we move towards thursday and friday a preschooler. and a look get your act a local call sick as we go for thursday, friday, the dry warmer pattern will now let us check your smoke bomb ski report. as we just saw it is me through the summons of these resorts several inches possible. www.snowbomb.com >> catherine: the bay bridge toll plaza left side westbound into the oakland headlights southbound -- commute direction the overpass is hwy. 87 headlights eastbound from foster city into hayward 680 in walnut creek. headlights northbound -- 680 near the hwy. 24 southbound 101 toward the peninsula launch sequence initiated. [ beep ] 15 seconds and counting. [ male announcer ] at kfc we have one mission: and t-10...9...
in oakland. he also owns batting cages and coaches in the east bay. here is some of my conversation with him in the last hour. >> reporter: the view molest those children to you have anything to say to these for children do victimize or molested these children? and you have a chance to talk and you have nothing to say? no response. they say that you molested this teenager and penetration into a drug teenager. you are a baseball coach and you have nothing to say about this? the bail amount was $325,000. he will face a judge in the coming days. j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> catherine: developing tongiht out of san jose. police are on the hunt for the person who stabbed a woman to death. this happened just before three on north first, at west hedding streets. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news.e times. the victim was stabbed multiple times. now here is a map of the area. the stabbing took place in a parking lot outside of an apartment complex. police shut down nearby streets and were looking for him in the area. no word on a motive yet. >> a rockslide on highway 101 in s
expected for tomorrow. temperatures not that bad. portions of the inland valleys. 60s in oakland and 50's closer to the coast. it will stay mild but it will be mostly cloudy tonight. the chance of spotty showers and those are mainly for the north bay. more widespread rainfall for this weekend. >> pam: and a quick check on the wednesday commute traffic. ahead of the stormy. you are looking live from the golden gate, bay and san mateo bridges. no major problems to report right now -- we'll keep an eye on the commute throughout tonight's newscast. coming oup coming up. the accused mass murderer in the colorado apparently looking to make a deal with prosecutors. what james holmes wants in exchange for a guilty plea. a local 49er fan ripped off tickets. service for people around we'll tell you how it happened - the news at five [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about?
at what drivers are paying in the bay area. san francisco: $4.24. san jose: $4.16. oakland. $4.14. all those prices down a couple cents from last week. >> with gas prices still pretty high -- volkswagen says they have a new hybrid that gets 261-miles per gallon. carl azuz breaks it down for us. volkswagen's coming out with a new hybrid car that the company claims would get the equivalent of 261 miles per gallon! considering that the standard toyota prius gets around 50. this is significant. but this doesn't mean that the x-l-1, as it's being called, will get you across the country without stopping. between battery and diesel power, vw says, it'll go about 310 miles total. which is about 90 miles less than your average sedan on a full tank of gas. but the xl-1's engine only needs about 2.6 gallons of diesel to fill it. so a fill-up today's prices would cost about 11 bucks. it's incredibly aerodynamic-- significantly more so than a chevy corvette, for example-- and it certainly looks futuristic. but it's not fast. it'll take over 12 seconds to get you from zero to 60. its top speed will
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